• Mayweather not looking for Davis to unify with Lomachenko
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    Mayweather not looking for Davis to unify with Lomachenko

    At age 22 Gervonta Davis has become one of the youngest world champions in the sport, but don’t think that means that Davis will be off to the races and taking on all comers. In fact Davis’ promoter Floyd Mayweather says he will take his time building Davis’ brand, as relayed by RingTV. In particular, an intriguing title unification match between Gervonta Davis and Vasyl Lomachenko looks to be the fight to make in the 130lb division going forward, but Mayweather says he’s not interested in Davis unifying titles for the time being. “We’re not rushing. We’re not thinking about Lomachenko. Lomachenko’s with Top Rank. Let him stay over there with Top Rank. That’s where he’s at. My guy’s gonna do

  • Jose Ceja Will Do ‘Whatever it Takes’ to Get Combate Americas Title
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    Jose Ceja Will Do ‘Whatever it Takes’ to Get Combate Americas Title

    Coming off of two straight losses, bantamweight prospect Jose Ceja was in need of a win in his Combate Americas debut last October should he have hopes of fighting at the international level for any period of time. Thankfully for Ceja, he was able to do just that. Against Irwin Rivera in a rematch of their March Legacy FC bout, Ceja was able to pick up a first round TKO and get himself back on track in the process. “Going into that fight, I was looking for payback basically,” Ceja told MMAWeekly.com. “He had beaten me on March 25 for Legacy. Legacy had nominated that for Fight of the Year. Pat Miletich said it was one of the best fights he’d ever seen, so that was a big deal. “I came up short

  • Midnight Mania! Nate Diaz Applies For Nevada Boxing License
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    Midnight Mania! Nate Diaz Applies For Nevada Boxing License

    Welcome to Midnight Mania! I hope you brought your caffeine and your taurine and your vitamin B5 tonight! We’ve got Nate Diaz applying for his boxing license in California and Nevada, Chael Sonnen sounding off on everything from Ronda Rousey to Mayweather-McGregor to his upcoming opponent Tito Ortiz, Tim Kennedy reflecting on his storied career (and what’s next for him), illegal slams in the Euros, and much more. The younger Diaz brother seems to have adopted a “whatever you can do, I can do better” in regard to Conor McGregor’s behavior. This makes sense, given his bouts with the Irish superstar have made Diaz well over $10 million (if reports are to be believed). When McGregor tweeted his retirement,